Kids Place Live
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|Broadcast area||United States
|Branding||Kids Place Live|
|First air date||2001-09-25|
|Class||Satellite Radio Station|
|Owner||Sirius XM Radio|
Kids Place Live is a channel on Sirius XM Radio that is the result of a merger between XM Kids and Kids Stuff.Sirius. Until February 9, 2010, DirecTV carried this on channel 868, but dropped Sirius XM programming in favor of going to MusicTap. The channel name was changed on 2008-11-12.
Artists that are on the playlist include The Wiggles, Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, Lisa Loeb, Pokémon, Jack Johnson, Laughing Pizza, Vanessa Hudgens, Rocknoceros, Dora The Explorer, Tom Chapin, The Crazy Frog Chorus, Emma Roberts, Trout Fishing in America, SpongeBob SquarePants, Dan Zanes, They Might Be Giants The Brak Show, The Real Tuesday Weld, SteveSongs, Thomas and Friends, The Powerpuff Girls, Demashita Powerpuff Girls Z, Super Mario Brothers, Recess Monkey, Sonic Underground, Andrew & Polly and Randy Kaplan.
The channel is staffed 24/7 and also has daily live shows.
There are several animal characters that appear during the "The Animal Farm with Kenny Curtis," which airs from 7am to 12pm Eastern Time. The animals interact with callers on the show and Kenny Curtis. The featured animals include: Dirk, the fourth and forgotten chipmunk; Forrest Skunk, a kid version of Forrest Gump; Greg the tree sloth; and Lorenzo Llama.
- 13 Under 13! (2001–present)
- Absolutely Mindy Show with Mindy Thomas (2001–present)
- Animal Farm with Kenny Curtis (2001–present)
- Everyday Birthday Party with Laurie Berkner (2009–present)
- KidzBop BLOCK PARTY! (2012–present)
- Live From the Monkey House with Jack Forman (2013–present)
- Putamayo Kids World Playground (2012–present)
- Rumpus Room Concert Show (2001–present)
- Story Pirates Radio (2013–present)
- The Wiggles Radio Show (2012–present)
- Kids Stuff (2001-2008)
- Robbie Schafer's BandWagon (2009-2013)
- RS's Stuck in a Real Tall Tree (2001-2009)
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